CDA Director Lashes out at the Sissala East MCE for Incompetence and Corruption Related Activities

The Country Director for Community Development Alliance (CDA) a Non-Governmental Organization locally based in Ghana,has expressed his disappointment over what he describes as sheer incompetence and corrupt attitude of the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Sissala East in the person of Hon. Karim Nanyua. This message was contained in a facebook page owned by the Chief Executive Director with name ‘’Issifu Salifu Kanton’’ This attacks comes at a time there is an intensified public outcry on the depletion of the

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Acute Shortage of Subsidized Fertilizer Hits Sissala East Municipal and its Environs

Farmers in Sissala East Municipal and its environs(Sissala West District) who thronged to a distribution centre to access few subsidized fertilizer clearly depicts signs of the area acute shortage of fertilizer and thus have left many in scramble for as crops are yearning for fertilizer. Sissala East Municipal is currently touted as the second best in terms of higher national maize yields and formerly the highest in the country as the area continue to suffer in the hands of governments

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Sisaala East: Alhaji Inusah Foundation Donates a Modern Furnished Ambulance to Sisaala East Municipal

The Alhaji Inusah Foundation has donated a well-built and modern ambulance worth several Ghana cedis to the Sisaala East Municipal in a colorful ceremony in the municipality today 15 July, 2019. There was reportage carried on this news portal on the broken –down ambulance allocated to the Municipality by the National Ambulance Service couple with plight of the sick persons being transported in unacceptable machines all in the name of seeking for medical attention especially emergency cases. At the Tumu

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The New Building for Our “Useless” Parliament

July 2, 2019 Parliament says the construction of a new chamber building will start by the end of this year In July 2018, I conducted a poll on Facebook on the usefulness or otherwise of the parliament of Ghana in our democracy. Here is the question I asked: “Is parliament useful in its contribution to our democracy and development as a nation or it is a useless institution which has failed in its role as a check on the executive

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Nabdam District Basic Education Students Charged to Study Science and Mathematics Related Courses

The Programmes Officer at Action Aide Ghana in the Upper East Region,Madam Juliet Adams has encouraged pupils at the Basic Schools to make the studies of Science and Mathematics a priority.She further on challenged them to consider offering Science Programs at the Senior High Schools and at the University level. Madam Juliet was speaking at a closing ceremony to mark the end of this year’s Science, Technology, Mathematics, Innovation and Engineering, STMIE program held at Kongo in the Nabdam District

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Government Denying our children access to Secondary Education; says President of Zini (Buwa) Traditional council

The chiefs and people of the Buwa Traditional council have registered their displeasure on the actions and inactions of the current government not showing signs of completing the only Senior High School in the area which was started by the previous government to enable their children access Secondary Education at the comfort of their area . The Buwa kingdom is made up of about twenty communities all under Zini as the seat of the traditional council. The Buwa kingdom is

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Think Deep in Order to get solutions to Ghana’s Youth Unemployment Menace; Prof .William Baah-Boateng to Government

The head of Economics Department at the University of Ghana-Legon has charged government to be willing to go extra length in finding lasting solutions to the country’s youth unemployment menace which has lingered on under different governments. He said during his insightful presentation at a national dialogue on youth unemployment in Ghana organized by STAR Ghana Foundation in partnership with National Youth Authority, Ghana Think Foundation, Youth Advocates Ghana, Civil Societies Platform on SDGs and Graphic Communications Group. The event

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